Has the lesbian, gay and bisexual community forgotten what serving in silence felt like?
The West Hollywood City Council candidates forum was long on talk, short on inspiration.
Longtime court-watcher Kathleen Perrin breaks down the marriage equality questions before the high court, and what it will mean if we win or lose come June
Mike Huckabee is out selling books and running for the GOP presidential nod. But embedded in his good ole boy package is a dog-whistle of racism and homophobia.
Obama seemed relaxed, framing policy items that will be hard for a 2016 GOP contender to fight, including big applause for gay marriage.
This year the celebration of MLK's life is different. It's also the 50th anniversary of the turning point in the civil rights movement known as "Bloody Sunday."
The WeHo elections for 4 out of 5 seats this March and June could change the progressive WeHo we have known for 30 years.
The terrorist attacks in France have challenged us to confront our rhetoric on freedom of speech versus the reality that speech could inspire.
As thousands rally in Paris against terrorist attacks, the European symbol of the Freedom of Expression walks the Golden Globes' Red Carpet in Beverly Hills.
Reaction to the oral arguments seem pretty positive. Imagine marriage equality in the Deep South - before SCOTUS says they have to!
(UPDATE: AUDIO of 5th Circuit oral arguments; NO SCOTUS decision today.) Longtime respected court watcher Kathleen Perrin is in New Orleans and is posting observations and case files about this historic day.
People for the American Way's Michael Keegan says the Religious Right might be laughable, but they’re not dumb—or done.
In 1993, Sen. Barbara Boxer ushered Roberta Achtenberg through a Senate confirmation and confrontation with anti-gay Jesse Helms
Sen. Feinstein re-introduced a bill to repeal DOMA. But will the Republican-controlled Congress even allow a vote?
Everyone's so happy in Florida. But Anita Bryant is probably not expecting anyone to blow kisses her way.
The hearts of compassionate people around the nation are breaking at the suicide of this bright trans 17 year old.
Yet another moment of LGBT history as gay progressive Kevin Kish is about to lead the largest civil rights state agency in the nation.
From America's loss of her 'moral authority' to the transgender tipping point, these stories got the gays understandably riled up—while a few others didn't but damn well should have
With ENDA dead, LGBT workers are relying on Obama’s executive order, which one giant company may be trying to circumvent.
A feisty President Obama said Sony Pictures "made a mistake" in pulling film then mocks North Korea himself.